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  • v KAYZAKCX
    Thanks for the blog comments. At one point, my neighbor, the one with the 10 cats, was referring to me as a zookeeper. I felt more like a shelter operator.
    607 days ago
  • v KOFFEENUT
    So glad you're finding some tools to help you manage your business! One of the things I love about SparkPeople is that it's filled with people who are willing to take on the hard work and challenge of personal growth. That's true whether we're talking about losing weight or managing your own business!
    628 days ago
  • v SPEEDYDOG
    Dear Heather,

    Thanks for commenting on my “Bikes and Beer” blog. Yes I ride some very rough trails. However, the bike is made for rough stuff. If I do my part, the bike will go its part.

    Thanks, Bruce

    652 days ago
  • v MARISPHERE
    Hi Heather! TWGH bought me a bike for my birthday, so I'm finally ready to join the Roly-Poly Cyclists club.

    Got any tips, tricks, advice for me? Like what distance did you ride at first and what are your distances now? Do you ride for miles or time? How often do you ride per week?

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    Thanks,

    Mari
    740 days ago
  • v SPEEDYDOG
    Dear Heather,

    Thanks for commenting on my “Part 1: Renewing Little Stumpy”. I think I may have a gift. In Star Wars the Jedi have the Force. I have is the “Touch”. The Touch allows me to fix things and build things. Often times, when installing or removing some mechanical part, I close my eyes so I can feel the underlying structure.

    There is actually a minor flaw in Little Stumpy’s design. The top tube intersects the seat tube almost an inch too low. This little geometry flaw is not a big deal. However, this flaw was reconciled in 2008 giving the later bikes a smoother look.

    Thanks, Bruce

    747 days ago
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